• Apple revises liquid damage policy for iPods and possibly iPhones



    Apple has recently changed it's policy on how it handles iPods, and possibly iPhones, when they are brought in for service and have the liquid contact indicators activated (red). In the image of a document obtained by iGeneration, Apple indicates that it might still honor the warranty of a device with the LCI activated.

    Basically, if a person brings in a device with the LCI activated and they dispute whether or not the device was actually damanged by liquid contact, as long as there are no visible signs of external corrosion, then the device might still be replaced under warranty.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple revises liquid damage policy for iPods and possibly iPhones started by maXimus View original post
    Comments 2 Comments
    1. nsandymary's Avatar
      nsandymary -
      It's about time!! Just one drop of water under the phone and they void your warranty!!
    1. XtrlRulz's Avatar
      XtrlRulz -
      Sounds like a Good One,,,, lets see what happen with Iphones...